COLUMBUS 600 E FIRST EDITION - SINGLE BEDS IN A VEHICLE LENGTH OF LESS THAN SIX METRES!
Westfalia Mobil has developed two new special models for the start of the coming motorhome season. After presenting the Westfalia Meridian last week, we are now pleased to present the Columbus 600E, a single-bed layout with a compact vehicle length of less than six metres.
With the Columbus 600 E, Westfalia offers a limited special model with extensive equipment at an attractive price. The First Edition special model is powered by a 2.2 L engine with 160 hp, coupled with a 9-speed automatic transmission.
The base vehicle's features include 16" alloy wheels, the Fiat Safety Package Plus with advanced assistance systems, multimedia/navigation system with 10" screen, reversing camera, digital instruments, LED headlights and much more.
Compact length with single beds
The floor plan is a new addition to the Columbus range. It combines a compact six-metre vehicle with comfortable longitudinal beds. In addition, there is a new independent interior design with a newly designed kitchen block and roof storage boxes. This model is completed by the proven advantages of the Columbus series: hot-water diesel heating with underfloor heating, large storage space in the rear area and the lounge bench seat.
The equipment of the special model is also impressive. It has highlights such as the large roof windows, the winter package, the 100-watt solar module, the leather seats including seat heating in the front, the outdoor shower and the awning.
Awaiting 2022 pricing! For more information please conatct our sales team 01444 243888
Please see PDF for full specification.
- Length: 5,413 mm
- Width: 2,050 mm
- Height: 2,600 mm
- Permissible Weight: 3,500 kg
- Right-Hand Drive
- Front Wheel Drive
- Annual Tax: £55
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